The West end of the beach is rocky cobblestone that forms a natural tide-pool when the tide is out. Unless the tide is out you can’t get very far by continuing on to the West. The rocky shore gives way to stretches of sandy beaches.
Finally, the correct way in and out. Truth be told, the first few steps weren’t much easier that the wrong path I took on the way down.
First time visitors to the beach heading down the path in flip flops. Flip flops are good way to break you ankle as you get close to the bottom.
One last look at the ocean before the path back to the car.
It’s tempting not to pay the parking machine but the Park Rangers make frequent stops.